- ASG Steyr AUG A3 MP
- Length: 775 mm
- Barrel length: 530 mm
- Magazine Capacity: 300 rounds
- Hop Up Type: Adjustable
- Velocity: 120 ms / 394 FPS
- Weight: 3830 gramms
- Energy: 1,4 Joule
This Proline Steyr AUG A3 MP (Multi Purpose) is a specialized version of the famed Austrian firearm with many refinements and enhancements compared to our Sportline guns.
Most noticeable is the many rail mounted on different parts of the Airsoft gun. A total of 9 rails are present of which 7 is removable allowing the operator to only mount the rails needed saving on weight and keeps the gun looking stylish. The rails allows the attachement of various tactical accessories.
Internally is a version 3 gearbox with 7mm bearings and high quality gears and piston. The gearbox has a quick change spring feature that allows for a fast change in muzzle velocity should the circumstances demand it. The gun shoots 120 m/s (394 fps) out of the box and can be upgraded with ULTIMATE parts if desired.
The AUG features a unique two stage trigger that when half pressed fires in semi auto and when fully pressed fires full auto making it easy and extremely quick to switch between the two modes as the need arises.
This Airsoft AEG offers a bullpup design that allows for a longer barrel to be used while keeping a compact form allowing for improved maneuverability and accuracy in the same rifle.
The AUG A3 MP is a compact Airsoft weapon with a full length barrel (530mm) giving long range rifle accuracy in a CQB sized gun, making this Steyr AUG the ideal multi mission Airsoft gun. The length of the barrel is being covered by a barrel extension that resembles a silencer.
This AUG A3 from ASG offers amazing value and performance at a great price and is the perfect choice for any player looking for something a bit different than the common M4 and AK platforms without giving up rail space, performance or reliability.
The AUG is an Austrian bullpup 5.56mm assault rifle, designed in the 1960s by Steyr Mannlicher GmbH & Co KG (formerly Steyr-Daimler-Puch). The A3 version differs to the charging handle and the presence of various Picatinny rail segments on the receiver.